|Description||The fork is carved from pine, with a lizard carved on the stem. It has a tapered handle and three tines. The fork is "attached" to a carved pine spoon (.18b) with the same lizard decoration.|
|Owned||George D. Armstrong|
|Made||Rev. George D. Armstrong|
|Provenance||Rev. George D. Armstrong carved the pine fork and spoon while he was held as a prisoner at Fort Hatteras by Union Maj. Gen. Benjamin F. Butler on a charge of disloyalty. Rev. Armstrong was the Pastor of First Presbyterian Church in Norfolk, Virginia from 1851-1891.|
Armstrong, George D.
Prisoners of war